9400 N. Central Expressway
Suite 1215
Dallas, Texas 75231
(214) 742-6400



“I was facing my second DWI charge. If I were convicted, I would have lost my job and my driver’s license. With Christopher Kuhner as my lawyer, a jury found me NOT GUILTY and the entire case was dismissed.”
-R.R., Hurst, Texas*

These days, anyone can be arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”). If you have recently been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, you need an experienced, aggressive DWI trial lawyer in your corner to preserve your rights.

With the penalties in Texas for DWI being more severe than ever, it is vitally important that you have an experienced attorney defending your case. An experienced DWI lawyer can pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of your case, and create a defense that may result in the dismissal of the charges against you or a reduction of the charges to a lesser offense.* Attorney Christopher Kuhner has handled hundreds of DWI cases, including both breath test cases and breath test refusals. By getting involved with your case early on, soon after your arrest, we can ensure that your rights are protected. Early intervention can make a big difference in achieving the best results on your case.

As you may be aware, your license can be suspended for 90 days or more, if you refused or failed a breath test during you arrest. Our first priority as your law firm is to preserve your right to contest this license suspension by scheduling an ALR (Administrative License Revocation) Hearing within 15 days of the date of your arrest. At the ALR Hearing, we can protect your driving privileges and learn valuable information about your DWI arrest which will allow us to aggressively defend your DWI in court.

I urge you not to delay in hiring an experienced DWI lawyer. Please call us at 214-742-6400 for a Free Consultation, during which we can explore how to best resolve your case.


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